Essay title: bible: the book of daniel i enjoyed reading the book of daniel very much i can only begin to report how much reading this book has taught me about faith, sacrifice, humility, trust, control, and obedience. The book of daniel interprets the book of revelation — 10 comments sam on july 5, 2012 at 10:18 pm said: the implant may well be a step toward the mark, but it is evident from daniel that the temple needs to be in existence first dan 9:27. Daniel commentary the book of daniel has two distinct sections chapters 1 through 6 are historical narrative of the life and times of daniel chapters 7. In the prophecy of daniel 2 we read about how god gave king nebuchadnezzar a dream with a great image of a man, made out of different metals, and how god revealed the interpretation of the dream to the prophet daniel. For bibl 450- b01 february 14, 2015 tucked inside the book of daniel is a thought-provoking vision of apocalyptic prophecy given to daniel, through the angel gabriel, in response to his prayer for the restoration of israel (daniel 9:1-23.
The book of daniel is an apocalyptic of the old testament it is divided into two main parts: history and prophecy the first six chapters are the history section, telling of a jew named daniel of royal descent, who was taken captive along with the rest of the people from the city of jerusalem. That the term many is so used in daniel 12:2 is apparent from the fact that elsewhere scripture is emphatic that all that are in the tombs will come forth when the divine edict is issued (jn 5:28)some scholars believe that christ's statement, in this passage in john's gospel, is an allusion to daniel's prophecy. In this famous prophecy, daniel tells us that all the prophecies concerning the jewish people will be fulfilled at the end of a period of 490 years his prophecy then makes it clear that there will be a gap between the first 483 years and the final 7 years. The book of daniel holds the distinction of being one of the most important prophetic books in the bible--and one of the most challenging to understand.
In other words, it is suggested that a fraudulent author claiming daniel's name did not really experience anything as recorded in the book, but used the name of daniel, the apocalyptic literary device, and ex eventu prophecy (describing past history in predictive language) as a means lending credibility to the writing and reviving the hopes. Prophecy in the hebrew scriptures (old testament) menu the book of daniel about the book of daniel: it is a book in the writings section of hebrew scriptures -- called the old testament by christians. Daniel 10 daniel's vision of the son of man darius (536 bc) daniel 11 daniel's vision of the kings of the south and north antiochus/antichrist daniel 12 daniel's vision of the time of the end antichrist. The introduction to the prophecy of daniel 11 is given in the preceding chapter this introduction is quite extensive—all of chapter 10 it begins: in the third year of cyrus king of persia a message was revealed to daniel, whose name was called belteshazzar.
The book of daniel is in many ways a political mystery story as young children, daniel and his sister lose their parents condemned as spies and betrayed by members of their own family, daniel. Essay about daniel 9: 24-27 - the prophecy of the seventy weeks furthermore, daniel writes in chapter 12 that only when the time of the end actually begins, will the full significance of the details of daniel's prophecies be finally apparent. 47 tmsj 3/1 (spring 1992) 47-71 prayer relating to prophecy in daniel 9 james e rosscup professor of bible exposition the master's seminary daniel's prayer for israel in daniel 9 precedes the famous prophecy of.
Commentaries which would help in your study are the prophecy of daniel by edward j young and the volume on daniel in the commentary on the old testament by cf keil and f delitzsch for a short. Daniel still prayed (toward jerusalem) every day to his god as he did before and when the adversaries found daniel praying they reported this to the king (dan6:10-13) the laws of the medes and persians cannot be altered, like god's word (isaiah 55:11. Summary the book of daniel is the chief example of apocalyptic writing in the old testament, a form of writing that came into use largely in response to the disappointments that were experienced by the hebrews.
Summary summary of the book of daniel this summary of the book of daniel provides information about the title, author(s), date of writing, chronology, theme, theology, outline, a brief overview, and the chapters of the book of daniel. Prophecy fulfilled: about 31 ad the prophet daniel was jewish exile who lived during the time of the babylonian captivity, about 500 years before the birth of jesus during daniel's lifetime, the babylonians had destroyed jerusalem and the temple and had taken many jews as captives to babylon.
Critics approach daniel somewhat a priori, assuming that prediction of particular events in the future is incredible and, therefore, requiring a late date for the book of daniel so that it is history rather than prophecy. The book of daniel begins with king nebuchadnezzar, the ruler of babylon, ransacking jerusalem he ends up taking back the cream of the crop, the most elite and noble israelites, to serve at his court in babylon daniel and his friends—shadrach, meshach, and abednego—have to navigate between the. In fact the vast majority of our questions in regards to the book of daniel can be found by referencing the book of revelation as well as other books of the bible however, revelation is typically understood by studying the prophecies of daniel and not the other way round.